Functional Biomaterials for Bionic Implants. Design of Soft-Tissue vs. Hard Tissue ... Bionic Implants to be designed with Clinical and Market Realities in mind. ...
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MECH 500:Bionic Implants and Devices
5pm – 5:30 pm Mondays
4 pm- 5pm Fridays
Third week of September, due early November
Third week of October, due at the end of semester
December 1st, due December 10th
So, what is this course really about?
biology, physiology, biochemistry, immunology
electronics, image processing, mechanics,
chemistry, physics, materials, mathematics
Material intended for implanting in human body
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